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Sex offender moves into Grand Forks

A high-risk sex offender has moved into Grand Forks after being released from the State Hospital, police say. Kelly Christopher Tanner, 31, is now residing at 1002 University Ave., unit 2, according to the Grand Forks Police Department. Tanner is...

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A high-risk sex offender has moved into Grand Forks after being released from the State Hospital, police say.

Kelly Christopher Tanner, 31, is now residing at 1002 University Ave., unit 2, according to the Grand Forks Police Department.

Tanner is considered a high-risk sex offender and must register with law enforcement for the remainder of his life.

In 2003, as a juvenile, Tanner was found guilty of engaging in sexual acts with girls ages 10 and 13 and boys ages 6 and 8, according to the Attorney General's Sex Offender Registry.

In 2008, Tanner was found guilty of sexual assault for having consensual sex with a 16-year-old girl when he was 21.

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